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our guest tonight the secretary of obamacare and human obamacares kathleen obamacare. [ laughter ] of course, the discussion over obamacare and its effects is completely a propos as we check in on day seven of our ongoing coverage of. ♪ [cheers and applause] while many of us have been
tonight. our guest tonight the secretary of obamacare and human obamacares kathleen obamacare. [ laughter ] of course, the discussion over obamacare and its effects is completely a propos as we check in on day seven of our ongoing coverage of. ♪ [cheers and applause] while many of us have been focusing on last week's totally necessary nonassinine both parties are equally responsible for the government shutdown the galaxy destroying dark force known as obamacare was unleashed on an unsuspected and yet still trusting world. how did it go? [screaming] just as i thought! [laughter] obamacare has exploded the chest cavities of millions of americans. [ laughter ] really if you put little cute ears on that that could be a french bulldog. [laughter] how did the opening of obamacare health exchanges really go? >> web sites were slow or crashed altogether. >> the main page went to apply to this please wait. >> still having problems with drop-down menus and things timing out. >> i tried to get on healthcare.go. this site has been down partially all weekend. >> nbc tried to reenling but the system
sent me so many more great questions about obamacare and its impact that wanted to dedicate get another show to answering, and that is what we're doing tonight. a new health care live starting to have a huge impact on people's lives and is one of the most important topics we have never covered here. it is the biggest consumer story this year. i have been questions by e-mail, facebook, and twitter periods tonight i am giving you the opportunity to call and let your questions. the toll-free number, 877-249- 966. 877-24-9966. experts are here to answer your questions. we will keep the number of throughout the show. there is another story we're following. we will keep you apprised. the speaker of the house and other house republican leaders leading -- meeting with the president at the white house. we are told that after an hour of conversation the speaker of the house left. we expected someone to come and talk to us about what happened. that has not happened. we could break it at any point with details on that meeting. we will continue to follow that as we do our call-in show. let's get sta
on obamacare. 10:05 a.m. senate majority leader harry reid says he is confident the senate can reach a deal to avoid default. sounds positive. 11:07 a.m. the white house issues this statement saying the latest g.o.p. proposal is a partisan attempt to appease the tea party and that set off a fire storm among democrats. >> that progress evidently has struck here in the hearts -- fear in the hearts of the republican whose reckless behavior called upon them to sabotage the bipartisan effort in the united states senate. >> extremist republicans in the house are attempting to coimpede the progress with a bill that can't pass the senate, can't pass the senate, and won't pass the senate. >> we're not going to pay ransom from the american people to the tea party in order to open the government. >> and that brings to us 3:15 p.m. eastern. the time the president called house democrats to the white house. now, moments ago, talk of another house g.o.p. plan to be voted on tonight. we're going to get reaction from former presidential candidate rick santorum in a moment. first, fox senior capitol hill pro
great challenges. the challenges of obamacare, of runaway spending here in washington, and of our fiscal crisis that's increasing our debt over and over again. now is the time for solutions. and now is the opportunity that we have to get things right and to turn things around. i'm looking forward tonight to visiting with my colleagues about the challenges we have before us as well as the opportunities. you know, this situation that we're in today reminds me of a story i heard a few years ago. i think it's firting to this time in history. this is a true story. there was a man who went hunting with hising to many years ago and as he walked through the great outdoors and came back from his hunting trip, he noticed his pants were covered with something that in missouri we call cockleburrs, it's basically a weed and it leaves very prickly seed pods about the size of a dime and they will stick to anything from your clothes to your pet's fur or anything else that happens to brush against it as it passes by the weed. so this man got to looking at all of these cookleburrs on his pants and his dog
, obamacare. as the rollouts riddled with glitches republicans rolling out a new line of attack. michelle -- bachmann on that in just a moment. and then chad on all the behind the scene maneuverings. a lot of stuff breaking. >> this is the most crucial hour we have had during this dual crisis of the debt ceiling and degovernment shutdown. the senate democrats have just come back up to capitol hill after meeting with president obama, and the house republicans, a team of 20, are going down to the white house. this is key because nobody has actually gotten into negotiations, talking. i talked with tom cole from oklahoma and he said when you start talking, that's when things happen. but harry reid, the senate majority leader said, he doesn't expect anything to happen until they get past the government shutdown. he says we're not going to -- it's not going to happen, was his quote specifically. dealing with these two things at once, the government shutdown and the debt creel, -- debt ceiling, it's like the world series and stanley cup tame. at it october and juggling this two things is remarka
seem content. the gernment shut down in tears its second week. also, seven days into obamacare. new questions about if the system is working. and what is happening to our case? emergency room visits skyrocket. we are watching out for you tonight on "the willis report." ♪ gerri: our top story tonight, day number seven of the government shut down. as the country nears its 16 half trillion dollar debt ceiling and lawmakers showing more interest in finger pointing and negotiating. >> we are not going to pass a clean debt limit increase. i told the president, there is no way we will pass when the votes are not in the house. >> the republicans and the speaker saying that there are not enough votes. they should prove it. let's see what happens. we're not going to negotiate and to the threat of a prolonged shutdown until republicans get 100 percent of what they want. gerri: the anxiety on wall street is clear. markets seeing red across the board says the government shu down. take a look. what do all ofhese shenanigans mean for your bottom line? is your retirement getting raided? joining m
to the american people we could de fund owe -- obamacare and shutdown the government was unreal lis -- unrealistic. i won't negotiate with you. you will raise the debt ceiling and you will open up the government without any conditions. it is an immature response. harry reid twice moved the goalpost when it came to a bipartisan deal in the senate. here is where i am at on a cloudy sunday afternoon. i am not going vote for any deal coming out of the senate that doesn't have a reasonable chance of getting a majority of republican understanding that de funding in obamacare is a bridge . >> you just mentioned senator harry reid. let's listen in. >> they paid for two wars and costing $2 trillion. they raping up $400 billion tab for a medicare prescription drug plan. and madam president, they ran up the nation's credit card for years and years on lots of stuff. now, madam president, there was a conversation on one of the sunday shows today and they said we were trying to break the cap set in the budget pact. >> this is just a little portion of harry reid's reaction on the senate floor. any reaction? >> y
. that is what obamacare is. it's no healthcare freedom in this country for decades, less and less. obamacare eliminates it colete so just like education you will see costs go up and the quality go down, more and more that obamacare continues to grow. >> unaffordable care. i have a better e. obamacare? how about obama doesn't care? >> the best part of is it when they went out on the street cently and asked people which do you prefer, affordable care or obamacare? people didn't know the difference, they had no idea what people were talking about. you have a bill here 2700 pages long. with all the regulations. there is no way for anybody to understand what it's about. there is no way for people to comply and no way as you sid, this won be cheaper. it wl cost us a bdle before we're through. >> eboni, the cbo, congressional budget office tellus what original was 50 billion, has been $1.8 trillion. as the people, the young people aren't signing up, they are finding out the premiums are so high, that number could increase substantially, because if people choose to take the fine or the fee or whatev
, no obamacare amendments. it was $70 billion below what the senate wanted, they accepted and you've reneged on that offer. >> clearly there was a conversation about doing this. >> several. >> several. >> and you offered a clean resolution. >> i and my members decided that the threat of obamacare and what was happening was so important it was time to take a stand and we took a stand. >> jon: did you -- did you (bleep) hear that? can we stop having the conversation about it? wham is he going to say? they had a deal but -- obamacare. [ laughter ] we decided to take a stand. do you think obamacare is a big enough threat to the country you need to shutdown the government over it. fine, own it. don't fart and point at the dog! [cheers and applause] did you do that? did you --? good boy. i can't stay mad at you. [ laughter ] i'm going to move on. i'm going to do a different story. any story. i know what i'll do. i'll use my wheel of happy stories. we don't hardly ever use it but it's always -- [laughter] oh, my god! i can't believe it's -- we mefer used it but it's -- we never used it but it's alw
to deal with the current fiscal issues before us that included the no washington exemption from obamacare language. as i said, i think that's very, very important for two reasons. one, the principle. i think the first rule of american democracy should be that washington lives by the same rules as it imposes on america. under obamacare, under everything. and secondly, a very practical consideration. i think the quicker we do that, the quicker we start getting things right. the quicker we start understanding in a gut, personal way the real challenges and burdens of obamacare and the quicker we start changing that. i returned just a couple hours later to congratulate the house because apparently they're moving in exactly that direction. and all indications are that they'll be going to the rules committee very, very soon with a package that features that really has as its centerpiece that no washington exemptions from obamacare language. again, i think it's important for all the reasons i said. i also want to point out that assuming the house passes that, i think they're going to tonight, tha
on the issues being put there. when it comes to the continuing relution and the isss dealing with obamacare but will continue to all the round. lou: -- >> reporter: this seems to be a sit. that would be a case for t president. signaling the president would sign a short term debt cng ight and was cagey and what would me next. >> what he has said is that congress these to do both. it does e that is a good thing, but he will insist that they do the other. >> repter: after the president's meeting he said he woulnot enter budget talks. >> not going to happen. >> repter: of republicans openhe government and increase the debt ceiling the democrats will negotiate on anying. the question is, if the justice of theebt ceiling but does n deal with reopeni the government, does the president have enough litical cover with the first to then say am entering into a conversatio notn actual negotiation with republicans about reopening the governnt? the ttom le ise left the meeting with the president without lking to reporters with suggests they still do not have a deal. meanwhile,e, senate republicans are com
, and that is obamacare. >> jon: bravo. new orleannot just one of the mt insidious laws by america, which has jim crow, but putting obamacare up with the nuremberg laws, the spanish inquisition and the medieval on your wedding night, gets to sleep with your wife. >> hey he may be banging my bride but at least he is not forcing me into a healthcare exchange. i don't want the government standing between me and the guy that applies my leeches. i don't know why the peasant has an accent like that but it should probably not be from jersey. anyway, the house republicans have made the incredibly unpopular move of forcing a shutdown of the united states government, to save us all from having to -- there is only one thing left to do. to the damage control station! man the store, man. i wonder if it is going to be like the sequester where before the sequester we heard essentially the sky is going to fall and you are going to feel the pain immediately. not so much. the worst thing that happened is some museums closed and someone can't go to the statue of liberty. >> we were warned the sky was going to fall but t
in the middle of the government shut down the changes our due to obamacare. how long can social security payments be held hostage by the stalemate? the next batch will go out in a few days. will they? a computer glitch shows hiatus 80 as they raced to get the application in on time. we are on the case with "the willis report." gerri: our top story. that you need to bill about open enrollment starts with medicare seniors. is for next week's plans but they better start looking at the fine print to right away. premiums will skyrocket and questions remain if pavements are made on entitlement programs as the different flirts withh3 default. one credit rating has been put on watch for a possible downgrade because of the political deadlock did washington. former policy advisor dr. scott, welcome back to the show. this news under to the market and the stock market was already trading low but people say if they don't make the entitlement payment we're talking about medicare tonight to what phil was not mailed? >> the president issued a veto threat 20 minutes ago the towing the of bill that would
republican senator ted cruz and others who tie the defunding or the elimination of obamacare to keeping the federal government open. the senate historically, when we have gotten into these legislative cul-de-sacs, has been able to come through with a bargain, bring 0 -- 70 top 0789 votes and then provide air cover for the house of representatives. a fewer hours ago that is what i was hearing. now we hear the house of representatives could conceivably go first but they're a long way away. i'm told, we have to find a way out of this quick, almost verbatim of a conversation i had this more morning, but they're t there yet, and even if the house can come to terms, involves whipping the vote, get the right mixture of democrats and republicans and then kicking it over to the senate. the senate could move very, very rapidly, maybe just approve this by nance consent, or if you have people who want to gum up the works, they can slow disthis down through a series of proceed ural vote -- procedural vote, and there's a procedural vote tomorrow morning. those usually require 0 -- 60 votes that would
. this is the way government works. you have one side that feels one way. and the other side that past obamacare, they control the ,ouse. we have to understand that is american politics. i wish we could live within the budget. call on thee a independent thing line. i just wanted to remind money went to a british company for obamacare. , they are being investigated for serious fraud. i am not sure how people do not know this. million.$88 the american company handling the customer service, that is the injustice. host: are you still with us? if anything comes out of the republican efforts to delay or defund the law, what are you hoping will happen, as far as the law is concerned? what would you like to see? to see themuld like giving money to people to set up an american industry. whether going to debate or not we need socialized medicine. i was in quÉbec for 20 hours, that is about a full day. ofm not sold on the idea giving money to britain or canada. i draw the line there. more, coming up on c-span. we wanted to show you some of the events of the day. you where someow of the discussions were on
we talked about how the official launch of obamacare was marred by web glitches anlong delays. but there was another major obstacle to obamacare's implementation. total dickishness. you see, obamacare for all its well-documented issues and problems is still a well-intentioned attempt to get people who have not had health insurance in this country health insurance. medicaid has traditionally covered people up to this income level. obamacare was going to cover them ostensibly down to this income level. so it was going to be the gap there, about the size of an ipad ee cement instead of an ipad it is about 8 million people living just above the poverty line so to provide health insurance for this nation's, you know, center, the federal government was going give the state government money to expand their medicaid program. for three years the state would pay for this program, i think the number was about 0. and then after that, they would pay up to 10%, i think, by the time it was 2020. so what a great deal. but wouldn't you know it. >> 26 states declined to go to that expense. >> 2
the president promised us obamacare would do this? >> save a typical family average of $2,500 on their healthcare costs in the coming years. save families $2,500 in the coming years. >> this is a tweet from folks who are finding it it's costing them more. three times more. a man said he checked out the exchange but the lowest premium is three time what is i'm paying now. we have been warning that this might happen. time to rename it unaffordable care act? >> for many, many people, eric, the premiums are going up substantially. exactly opposite of what the president promised. it's no surprise, really, we were predicting it on this show for well over a year. where do lower premiums come from? where do the lower price come from? man's ability to think not the government willingness to force. that is what obamacare is. it's no healthcare freedom in this country for decades, less and less. obamacare eliminates it completely so just like education you will see costs go up and the quality go down, more and more that obamacare continues to grow. >> unaffordable care. i have a bett
of obamacare. and it's over 20,000 jobs just in indiana. and wausau, indiana, is the orthopedic capital of the world. many otherto zimmer, companies that are doing such remarkable work for the betterment of americans. i know that my grandmother had her hip replaced before she passed away 10 years ago and it changed her life. it gave her a new ability to enjoy life with her children and grandchildren. this is an industry that is being harmed by obamacare. and it's time that we take a step back and re-evaluate and find new solutions. this tax is putting 2,000 jobs in jeopardy in indiana. and i believe it's time for washington, for the president, for the senate, for the house, to come together. let's stop stumbling from crisis to crisis. that's not the best way to govern. the american people are tired the way washington has these sike calls of political stunts nd fiscal cliffs and all these created, manufactured crises. and many americans know that in order to get a job done, you have to sit down and figure out a way to get it done, talk about it and go out and do it. washington is broke b
on these obamacare exchanges. those are details. the big picture is, no change in spending. no change in borrowing. you just kick the can down the road by a couple of months. martha: well and the union was squeaky wheel and they got something out of this deal it would appear. we'll talk a little bit more about that coming up in another segment so stick around for that. stuart, let me ask you this. if the senate approves this deal will the house republican who is have been very outspoken on all of this, are they going to go for it? >> i knew you were going to ask that, i have to tell you, martha, i can not count votes but investors think they can. wall street will open pretty close too a record all-time high. the dow is at 15,300. investors, wall street, believe a deal will be done. something will get through the house and a deal will be done. that is what investors think. i personally can not count votes. sorry, martha. martha: one, two, three, four, i'll help you. stuart, thank you, see you later. bill: despite the shutdown, uncle sam wants your moolah. today is last year to file the tax return i
when we say we're going to defund obamacare. now that has all changed-- and can i mention one other thing. the director of national intelligence said the schulte down is extremely damaging to our ability to defend this nation. look, al qaeda's not in shutdown. and when i saw, as you did, these death benefits not being given to families, i'll take-- everybody take the blame. but it's not acceptable to the american people. it's not acceptable. and we should be sitting down, and the president should be engaged, and the democrats, they better understand something. what goes around comes around. and if they try to humiliate republicans, things change in american politics, and i know what it's like to be in the majority and in the minority, and it won't be forp gotten. now is the time to be magnanimous and sit down and get this thing done. >> schieffer: let me ask you this, senator, how is it-- i've been in washington a long time, you've been in washington a long time-- that a freshman senator less than a year in office, ted cruz, was able to lead your party into what some in your party a
. >> the obamacare rollout -- what a train wreck. janet yellen in the fed. >> she is tough. >> and pro football in washington. what's in a name? >> it is not about race. it is not about disrespect. it is about loving the redskins. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> the shutdown of the federal affectedt so charleston, south carolina resident chris cox that he came up your to cut the grass on the national mall himself. -- he came up here to cut the grass on the national mall himself. >> i started cutting the grass this morning. at the end of the day, the citizens are the stewards of the memorial. >> however the house jim remains open because it is deemed essential. if you and the house republicans are serious and not cynical about the shutdown, then shut down the gym until this madness ends. earlat is congressman blumenauer, democrat from oregon. let's be fair. there are no towels in the house and senate gyms. members must reuse their towels. it is sad. house speaker boehner announcing a proposal to raise the debt ceiling, but only until november 22. charles, i u
, the president is stubbornly refusing to negotiate on obamacare even though the republicans have been very flexible. >> i'd like to repeal every word of the law. but that wasn't my position even in this fight. my position in this fight was we should defund it. even now with the what the house of representatives has done is a step removed from defunding. it's delaying. >> we've been pretty reasonable as we've worked through this process. i've heard the reference to a full delay or a full repeal. now we're just saying mr. president, can we not just have one-year delay? >> we said, well, what about a one-year delay? we've been offering compromise after compromise. (laughter) but you hear from the president and his men and his women no negotiation. >> stephen: no negotiation, even though every one of those offers is a compromise from the republicans' initial offer-- having mitt romney be president. (laughter and applause) but surprise surprise -- (cheers and applause) -- surprise surprise, obama wouldn't negotiate on that, either. (laughter) but one thing everyone can agree on is that this is
, the affordable care act what we know as obamacare and today the president did not get in a question about had been policy but for advocates and opponents, a fundamental element of the program remains in focus which is, to work, obamacare has to sign up a number of people and the campaign to win people over has taken some nasty turns and we have more now on both efforts with a cause that there may next be images that will you find disturbing. >> oh, i see that you chose to sign up for obamacare. >> yes, it is my first time here. >> change into a gown, the doctor will see you soon. >> when you thought that the battle over obamacare could not get nastier, just consider this. this video was posted on youtube along with another featuring a young man assumed to be getting a prostate exam. >> is this necessary? >> we'll look to make this quick. >> the videos were not made by farout fringe groups, instead they are part of a campaign meant to frighten young people into not buying health insurance as obamacare needs 3 million, healthier people to sign up for coverage to offset the cost of insuring olde
to the crisis before us which includes no washington exemption language regarding obamacare. i strongly support, of course, that language and i strongly support that discussion and i effort in the house. and i really encourage all of our house colleagues to look hard at that and act on that and particularly i'd encourage my louisiana colleagues to do that. madam president, i've purnd thid this issue ever since we got back from the august recess. as you know, madam president, right as we went into that august recess, the obama administration issued a rule, an illegal rule, in my opinion, without statutory authority contrary to the obamacare statute that lives members of congress and congressional staff special status, a special exemption or a special subsidy, if you will, not in the law and one not enjoyed in that way by any other american. and this no washington exemption language, which i've been an advocate of with many others here in the senate, with many house colleagues, would end that special elite status. and that's what we need to do. madam president, i think we need to do it for two cr
and the white house obey the same obamacare rules as everybody else in the united states of america. mr. posey: now, the president gave big business and special interest a one-year break from being a part of obamacare. we want america's workers and families who work hard and play by the rules to have the same advantage. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. mr. posey: part of my time got used up quieting the chamber, mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentlewoman from arizona rise. >> request unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mrs. kirkpatrick: mr. speaker, i stand here on behalf of my arizona district to once again make a simple request. allow a vote on a clean funding bill to reopen the government. in the past week house g.o.p. aders only allowed piecemeal votes on bills that went nowhere. yesterday they did it again. this time with head start funding, which is important for the 12 native american tribes in my district. schools on tribal land have al
that destroying the obamacare was more important. new mexico's national labs deserve and require the certainty and stability of a full funding bill. and so does the rest of the country. we need to vote on the senate-passed clean funding compromise right now. i yield back to the gentleman from california and thank him for his leadership in protecting our national security interests and the labs in my home state. mr. swalwell: i'm glad you brought up the example of the toll that this shutdown is taking on our national laboratory employees and hearing back at liver more so many examples what the gentlelady mentioned. when thousands of employees have security clearances that depend on them continuing to have financial stability, that stability is threatened when our national laboratories furlough them and can't meet their debts and obligations and keep their families running. the gentleman from california talked about the effects of furloughing the scientists. and when you furlough scientists, you furlough scientific progress. i mentioned the town hall that i had last weekend in dublin, california
of the time, but i think it's 44 times the house alone has acted to repeal obamacare. 44 times. what is the result every time they vote? the same. truly what einstein said, that the real definition of insanity is someone keeps doing something over and over again, and you get the same result. if in fact einstein is right, and that's insanity what's going on over there. to vote more than 40 times on the same thing and lose every time? so let's talk about wasting time. has that been a waste of time? maybe after five or six times they kind of maybe got the message. how about 44 times? talk about wasting time. could it be that the speakers really worried that reasonable republicans will join democrats to pass legislation to open the government? sensible republicans have grown increasingly fed up with the shutdown. they're looking for a way out. just yesterday peter king of new york, a republican, said -- and i quote -- "republicans should not have started this. closing the government down was the wrong thing to do." close quote. republican congressman king called speaker boehner's unreaso
suggest it's close. but do not ignore the rest of the news. obamacare is imploding. the predicted chaos has arrived. another production deal for netflix, it's a true media star. apple gets a new leader for its retail division, she comes ove from burberry. and zombies beat baseball. yes, we follow the money on "varney & company." here we go. thank you orville and wilbur... ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can't create the future... by clinging to t past. and with that: you're histo. instd of looking behind... deltis looking beyond. 80 thousand of us ininvesting billions... in everything from the best e. to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we'r're making it. >> the markets seem to think a deal is coming. we'lllopen 10, 15 points lower, but opening from 15,300. let's go to peter barnes in washington. all right, i want your opinion if you don't mind expressing it. will there be a deal and if so, when do we get it? >> i have an escape hatch for that one, stuart. it's in 37 minutes from now or so, we will find out if we have a deal. speaker
scholarships that are anything but free. more fallout from obamacare. people having to buy covers it on the are want, and it is costing them a small fortune. we're watching out for you tonight on "the willis report." gerri: seen our top story tonight, the shut down shenanigans in washington are shutting off your ability to buy a home. it stayed eight and eight hours, already is trying to get financing for larger properties are put on hold. jumbo loans are riskier for banks and the government to take on it, and that does not help the taxman. off-duty. joining me now, executive vice president. a lot on his show. i have to tell you, this is just another way that the government is screwing us up. the stock market down, and now we find that their jumbo loans cannot be processed. what is going on? >> well, they require irs documentation. the irs is on furlough. no way to document loans. if you are lender who would like to play by the rules in manager risk appropriately in today's market you are basically on hold and unable to process those loans. gerri: unbelievable. some lenders are sa
a couple of obamacare ideas may be in the mix, whether it's getting rid of the medical device tax. a leading senate democrat laid out the difference between democrats and republicans. >> runs -- republicans want to do it with entitlement cuts. put that money into undoing the sequester. democrat want to do it with a mix of mandatory cuts to entitlements and revenues. how do you overcome that dilemma? we won't in the next day or two. >> reporter: house speaker john boehner has checked in on the talks. there's a question what the house would be willing to do. the question for the house -- the dilemma for the house is time is running out, and the house conservatives expressed this frustration. >> this is the problem we have. intime we talk about entitlement reforms democrats say only with raising taxes. and this is an issue of fairness you. look at obamacare, the president and his administration have given exemptions to their friends to businesses, and all we're asking is to give the same exemption to the american people. >> reporter: senate majority leader harry reid floated the anot
of defunding obamacare. he is speaking at the values voters summit. that is where we will take you next. bill: martha, what is it like to be seized and kidnapped by somali pirates at sea? real captain phillips is here in our studio. great new movie. he is here live. >> listen up. we have been boarded by four armed pirates. you know the drill. we stay hidden no matter what. i don't want any hostages. if the pirates find you, remember you know the ship, they don't. stick together. and we'll be all right. michael, tell us why you used priceline express deals to book this fabulous hotel. well, you can see if the hotel is pet friendly before you book it. and i got a great deal without bidding. and where's your furry friend? oh, i don't have a cat. priceline savings without bidding. icaused by acid reflux disease, relieving heartburn, relief is at hand. for many, nexium provides 24-hour heartburn relief and may be available for just $18 a month. there is risk of bone fracture and low magnesium levels. side effects may include headache, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. if you have persistent diarrhea,
obamacare hostage and shut down our government which has now bled into a point will reach are about to not paying our bills -- pay our bills and hurt our economy. they do stop asking for hostages in order for our country to be ok. for our families to have breakfast without worrying about what is going to happen on monday morning in the stock market. we stand ready to negotiate. none of us believe we will get our way at the end of the day. we should not be holding our countries and our communities hostage any longer. we asked house republicans to stand up, pass the continuing resolution and work with us on the challenges in front of us. you have been pretty form about what you will and will not accept in terms of a deal. to mcconnell does not seem have much wiggle room either. what do you think he's going to accomplish? you're absolutely right. we never should've had the waste of time. be serious. he has problems. i have problems. arrangements are made. this is a piece of legislation. we're going to work to come up with a compromise. we're not going to do that until the government re
law they have been so unwilling to change. obamacare. it would eliminate some skis for -- subsidies for insurance exchanges for all those folks on capitol hill, and at 1600 pennsylvania. the speaker's office released follows statement. saying, if the president and senate democrats are going to force the american people to live under obamacare, then they and all washington leaders should not be shielded from the law. but will speaker boehner be able to secure enough votes now that conservative groups in washington have rejected the plan? republican leadership, huddles in the speaker's office right now. they are plotting their next move. fox news chief congressional correspondent mike emmanuel on capitol hill, with our report. >> reporter: we're talking -- we're talking with our members on both sides of the aisle. >> reporter: with time running out, house speaker john boehner, with a plan for his mmmbers, they moved forward with a modify the one to fund government until december 15, boost debt ceiling until february 17, and insist that political arc pointies, and members of sufficient
from earlier today. obamacare fight. the dnc points to a cover of its hometown paper. here is the cover of the "salt lake tribune." senator mike lee speaking earlier at the summit. senator ted cruz now speaking he for those gathered here in washington. that summit continues through the weekend. earlier today, we spoke to steven dennis, white house correspondent with roll call, about the latest on the budget impasse. to talk about the negotiations. we should not call the negotiations, right? it depends on what they are negotiating about. , manyesident made clear times, that he would not negotiate over some kind of ransom but he has been open to talking about setting up a budget process, some kind of framework for getting a bigger budget deal done. that seems to be where they are going. that is the opening he provided a few days ago in his press conference and is one that they have continued to subtly put out there as a way to give republican some assurance that those negotiations would be real and substantive and cover some of the issues they want to cover , and yet, reopen the governmen
of congress in both parties. lou: ed henry from the white house. the funding of obamacare, the precipitate or of the shut down seemingly lost even as we learn more about the programs incredible faus and ineffectiveness. "the wall street journal" today reporting that the biggest flaws with the governments website, it had been identifi and repairs have begun. will be fixed, will be fixed in time to save the program? health care.gov serves 36 states. unfortunately, technical glitches on web servers have little impact on the cost that consumers are facing for health care cerage on the government plan. chief correspondent jim angle has the report. before the exchanges open,he insurance company said that rates uld soar, but now there are subsidies. reporter: he has been trying to figure out how much he will get. >> i have been clling them every day since october 1. seveveral times aaday in some indications. they have been sometimes enduring 45 inute holes. reporter: they were not able to give him a firm number because of repeated ip problem and they did refer him to the kaiser family foundation
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